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January, 12 2017

With limited resources, we all have to make choices on what to support. Simplifying the giving process is what Communities Foundation of Texas is all about.

At Communities Foundation of Texas, we have giving experts who will sit down with your family or business to talk about your giving goals and help you maximize your giving.  We are happy to help you, just give us a call today and we can set up a free, confidential consultation.

You go to a doctor for medical advice, a lawyer for legal advice, an accountant for tax advice…why not a charitable giving expert for giving advice? That’s why we’re here! We’ll help you navigate the many solicitations you get in the mail and the many ways to help locally, across the nation and beyond—to step back and really make a plan.

Many people want to consider how they will best situate their family as well as how they want to improve the community and leave a legacy. We’ll work together to find the right path for you.

A lot of people work with us all year long, not just at year-end.

We’re here for you and can talk confidentially about your ideas. Contact us today to get started with your giving plan.

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